Abbots Thorn

Carlton in Coverdale, Carlton, North Yorkshire, Yorkshire, England, DL8 4AY , United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Carlton in Coverdale, Carlton, is near The Forbidden Corner and Aysgarth Falls.
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    Travel Blogs from Carlton

    Wow, a whole week has passed!

    A travel blog entry by ros711 on Oct 11, 2014

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    Just checked the date of my last post, and can't believe it has been a whole week since I last posted. I have met a wonderful lady called Bridget who is an artist and lives three doors up. Bridget comes down when Pam is at work to feed the fish and give the dogs, Cody and Casey, a run around the garden. We get on so well, and spend hours just talking about books, art, life, food, animals and anything else that comes up in conversation. I think I have made a friend for ...

    Relaxing in Yorkshire

    A travel blog entry by ros711 on Oct 04, 2014

    After a nerve shattering drive from Cardiff, I am now ensconced in a beautiful cottage just north of York. There is nothing like driving on a motorway when two major motorways merge and there are eight lanes merging into four! Cars, vans, buses and trucks flying in all directions and me in the middle having no idea what to do next. Anyway, ...

    Countryside and Humankind

    A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Sep 25, 2014

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    ... landmarks were. It is also near impossible to find an actual map of the route. The maps provided are either too broad, or are almost hand-drawn so not wholly reliable. The other strange thing about the walks is the fact you enter people's property. I knew this about walks around Britain, and to be fair, in outback Australia you drive through whole cattle stations without even realising, and eat at roadhouses that are somewhere between a person'a house ...

    Lots of Driving

    A travel blog entry by the_lintons on Sep 24, 2014

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    ... evening we joined cousins Stuart and Maureen for tea. Stuart is a professor in history at Sunderland University and Maureen a social worker. Despite only having met 3 times it has been very easy to pick up from the previous 10 years.
    The next day we were off to the Lakes district to drink in the chocolate box scenery, there and on the way. It was stunning with leaves just starting ...

    An amazing day on the moors

    A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Sep 23, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    I was planning to say that this was the best day ever, had the most fantastic walk, lots of hard work up and down, but the views were stunning, and the scenery totally different from all that has gone before. However, it all changed in the last hour when it actually started to rain - we ignored it for a while but in the end I did put on my poncho as it was getting so cold high up on our heights. Plus, to add to our discomfort, our path came to this immense clump of rocks - the Wain ...